Temitope Oshinowo

As a John C. Bogle’51 Fellow in Civic Service, Temitope spent her freshman summer working with the St. Peter’s Hospital ALS Regional Center in Albany, NY. There, she focused on fundraising and advocacy to drive forward the organization’s mission of providing ALS patients and families with holistic care and support. For her Service Focus class in spring 2019, she took “Medical Anthropology” with Joao Biehl, the Susan Dod Brown Professor of Anthropology, and co-director of the Program in Global and Health Policy, and Onur Gunay, a lecturer in anthropology. Now a junior in the neuroscience department, Temitope continues to look at the intersection between public health, science, and policy. She is excited to share her input with this year’s Advocacy cohort!